The Enduring Relevance of Diane Arbus, America's Portraitist
Her iconic 1960s photographs are as striking as ever.
Never-Before-Seen Diane Arbus Photos Hit the Museum
45 years after her death, lost works by the legendary photographer garner a solo exhibition at the Met Breuer.
3D Printed Sculptures Bring Famous Portraits to Life
Daniel Warnecke’s sculptures put a 21st century twist on works by Van Gogh, Vermeer, Diane Arbus, and more.
Cindy Sherman, Diane Arbus and More Get Recreated in Play-Doh
UK artist Eleanor Macnair’s Play-Doh history of photography ensures you’ll never see these classic images the same way again.
Shana Nys Dambrot
Is Celebrity Photographer Tyler Shields Inspired, Or Copying Other Artists?
He might be the photographic equivalent of the Fat Jew.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
I'm Thankful for 'Oh Willy...,' Easily One of My Favorite Short Films Ever
The charming, profound, and strikingly original animated short film has finally arrived online.
Woven Portraits Break Photography's 2D Limits
To develop layered portraits, David Samuel Stern moves beyond Photoshop.
Michael Jang's College Series Is the Unofficial Yearbook for His Graduating Class
Over the time that's elapsed since he took his first photography class, Michael Jang has kept himself more than busy. Now, 40 years later, his earliest photographic work—photos from his time at Cal Arts—is finally seeing the light of day.